May 19, 2015 | Dan Thompson | 294 views
Juniors Sweep 4 Game Set Vs Cardinals
The Terriers 17U team won all four games on the weekend improving their record to 6-1-1 in the Fergy Jenkins League. Alex Wall threw a complete game in the opener striking out five Cardinals while giving up five hits and no walks. Matt Vollmer led the offensive charge with two hits, three stolen bases and three runs scored. Regan Manley contributed with two hits, two RBI, two runs scored and a stolen base.
Cameron Bonanno had two hits while Reid Carty, Ethan Jodouin and Joey Moher all added singles to help defeat the Cardinals 9-3.
In game two the Terriers struck early and often scoring five runs in the first inning, four in the third and five more in the fourth for a 15-0 victory. Jack Omstead opened the scoring in the first inning with a mammoth home run to straight way left field. He later singled and doubled while knocking in six Terriers for a total for six RBI. Regan Manley went three for three with a double and a walk while part time outfielder Ryan Cuthbert went two for two with two RBI. Jacob Martins contributed with two hits while Matt Vollmer, Joey Moher and Justin Wamboldt all had a hit a piece. Peter Reichling threw a complete game shutout allowing just two hits and three walks while striking out four Cardinal batters.
In the opening game on Sunday, Austin Skelhorn threw three and an third innings striking out six Cardinals before turning the ball over to winning pitcher Caleb Jolkowski who allowed one run, three walks while striking out three batters. Reagan Manley, Matt Vollmer and Justin Wamboldt all had hits in the 6-5 victory.
In the closer, the game was highlighted by Ethan Jodouin’s towering three run homer in the first inning which ended up on the other side of Neyagawa Boulevard. Jacob Matins had a great day at the plate, going 3-4 with a single, double and triple. Jack Omstead, Matt Vollmer and Cameron Mahler all had singles in the 6-5 victory. Starter Ryan Giberson went four strong innings for the win striking out four Cardinal batters. Ryan Cuthbert and Matthew Brillert carried the team into the seventh inning when Joey Moher closed out the game for the save.